Camagüey, Nov. 16 - Contribute to the fulfillment of productivity plans, scientific work for territorial development and the comprehensive performance of the base committees, are topics debated in the municipal meetings of the Youth Technical Brigades (BTJ) in this province, which plan to carry out the Annual Balance on Tuesday, November 17.
Yaniel Basulto Carmenate, President of that movement in Camagüey, stressed that the essence of the meetings is to bring together all those interested in scientific-technical work, between the ages of 17 and 35, members or not of the Union of Young Communists (UJC).
They also work in the organic functioning, as well as the realization of activities that motivate all the members, hence a methodological workshop was first held in which the municipal presidents of that membership participated.
In these debates, the participation of young people who work in the confrontation with Covid-19, those linked to productive jobs and other important functions within their labor institutions, with great impact on obtaining goods and services, is recognized.
Likewise, the brigades “Jóvenes por la Vida” stand out, which carried out different activities aimed at the isolation centers, care for the elderly and the contribution to the sugar harvest with the planting of sugarcane, mainly in the six municipalities that have centrals. in the province of Camaguey.
As a stimulus to performance, more than 100 boys and girls were proposed for the label "Shapers of the Future" and 15 were approved in the province that will be decorated on December 6 on the occasion of the 56th anniversary of the creation of that movement by the Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro.
The BTJ Annual Balance will analyze the work strategy for 2021 of the 475 brigades in Camagüey, made up of more than four thousand young people, with special attention to the use of science and innovation for the development of key sectors of the economy in the province. (Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero / Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: File)